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A 3-D perspective view of the Kondyor Massif intrusion in far eastern Russia. It is a important source of platinum.Photo Credit: NASA/GSFC/METI/ERSDAC/JAROS, and U.S./Japan ASTER Science Team
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Copper, Aragonite and Malachite from Bolivia (by Xiao-dong Xu)
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Molybdenite (by Harald Schillhammer)
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Beryl (var. Morganite) (by Drriss &amp; Marrionn)
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Analcime (by smulaxx)
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Calcite (by fluor_doublet)
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Fluorescent Mineral Group #5 &#8212; UV (by someHerrings)

Back row (L&gt;R):
Apatite on Albite, Cerrusite/Barite,Hackmanite/Chkalovite

 
Middle row (L&gt;R):
Wollastonite/Barite/Calcite, Celestine/Sulfer, Ruby

 
Front row (L&gt;R):
Scheelite/Calcite/Fluorite, Opalized Agate

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Mirny, Yakutia, Russia, March 1996

The source of the Russian diamond industry is the giant mines centred on Mirny, in eastern Siberia.

 
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Covellite from Germany (by Edgar Muller)

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Aggregates of blue-green Devilline crystals on Malachite by Jeff Scovil
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Linarite and Malachite from France by Yannick Vessely
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Calcite on black Sphalerite by Martin Števko
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Baryte with inclusions by Ko Jansen
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